Way back in November 2013, I shared a few sample cards that I made with the FREE products that I received at convention. I couldn’t give many details back then and I’m guessing that you may have forgotten about them by now, so I’m sharing them again, this time with full details of what I used and how I made them
The A6 portrait card base is Naturals Ivory card. Off the Grid (Wood 130736) and the sentiment from Sassy Salutations (Wood 132070 and Clear 126707) were stamped in Versamark ink (102283) and then heat embossed with Gold EP (109129).
Strips of Watercolor Wonder Washi Tape (133000) were torn off and stuck around the edges of the grid.
Finally, individual sequins were pulled from the Gold Sequin Trim (132983) and adhered with Tombow multipurpose glue, in a scattered pattern.
Coastal Cabana is the base for this small square card, matted with Very Vanilla and Baked Brown Sugar card.
1″ Squares (124094) were punched from Retro Fresh DSP (132993), sponged around the edges with Baked Brown Sugar ink and adhered to the card front. The sentiment from Petite Pairs (Wood 128706 and Clear 122497) was stamped in Baked Brown Sugar ink onto Very Vanilla card, punched out with the 1″ Square, matted onto a Postage Stamp (122344) punched from Tangerine Tango and popped up in the centre of the card on dimensionals.
This valentine card is a small square of Basic Black, matted with Whisper White and then Basic Black again.
The large heart and two of the pennants from the Language of Love set (Wood 133074 or Clear 133077) were stamped onto the card front using Craft White ink (101731). A White Signo Gel Pen (105021) was used to frame the images and add some freehand text. Finally, the chalkboard effect was enhance by dusting the card with an embossing buddy (103083) for “chalk dust”.
I hope that these samples have wetted your appetite for the new Spring/Summer catalogue (out now).
Don’t forget that there’ll be even more inspiration from this catalogue and from the Sale-a-bration brochure, in the SUDSOL Blog Tour – SAVE THE DATE – Feb 3, 2014.